The interaction of gender and class in nursing: appropriating Bourdieu and adding Butler
- Building Cultures of Peace: An Urgent Task for Counseling Professionals. Gerstein, Lawrence H.; Moeschberger, Scott L. // Journal of Counseling & Development;Winter2003, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p115
The authors review articles in a 2001 special issue of Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology (A. Brenes & M. Wessells, 2001b) devoted to building cultures of peace. Counselor educators are offered suggestions on how to prepare counselors to successfully create cultures of peace in a...
- Social class and behavior: Simultaneous class positions yield different amounts of income. Muntaner, Charles; Stormes, James // Psychological Reports;Oct96, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p379
Presents the preliminary findings on the social class behavior of the poor and general populations in the United States. Individuals' engagement in multiple class positions; Identification of ten different class positions; Derivation of the portions of income from different class positions.
- Which women are more proletarianized? Gender, class and occupation in Canada. Carroll, William K. // Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology;Nov87, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p571
This article presents information on gender, class and occupation in Canada. Using a special tabulation of 1981 Census data, this article assesses the extent to which gender differences in class reflect the occupational segregation of women into proletarianized positions and after controlling...
- Interpersonal Communication Satisfaction and Biological Sex: Nurse-Physician Relationships. Glenn, Theresa H.; Wheeless, Lawrence R.; Rhea, Jill // Communication Research Reports;Winter1997, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p24
Deals with a study which examined the extent to which the biological sex of nurse-physician interactants relate to the interpersonal communication satisfaction experienced by the nurse. Method; Results; Discussion.
- MIDDLE CLASS COMMUNE: A CONTEMPORARY MODEL. Alam, Sterling E. // International Review of Modern Sociology;Spring76, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p181
This case study reports on a middle class commune, that is, a group of monogamous couples living together cooperatively but not withdrawing from the larger society. Several models for under- standing such groups are discussed along with their successes and problems. In general it is found that...
- How to Handle a Snob. WHITBOURNE, SUSAN KRAUSS // Psychology Today;Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p22
The article presents tips on how to deal with a snob, and mentions topics that include the behavioral method of extinction, how snobbery affects people, and the importance of recognizing where the need to be a snob comes from.
- Spatial Marginality, The State and Its Citizens. Sigal, Silvia // Labour, Capital & Society;Nov1983, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p164
In this paper it is our intention to demonstrate that there is a special plane of existence, involving specific situations and behavioural patterns, which we may call "spatial marginality, "and which exists quite apart from the marginality inherent in the job market. The main reason for this...
- OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY AS A PROBABILITY PROCESS. Hodge, Robert W. // Demography;Feb1966, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p19
The article discusses that concepts of career and of status inheritance have been central ones in many sociological investigations of mobility and stratification. Both notions connote a degree of dependence between present and past occupational statuses which seems inconsistent with the view...
- DESIGNING PREEMPLOYMENT TRAINING FOR THE HARD TO EMPLOY: A CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGICAL APPROACH. Triandis, Harry C.; Feldman, Jack M.; Weldon, David E.; Harvey, William M. // Journal of Applied Psychology;Dec74, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p687
Most reports concerning the effects of training of the hard to employ suggest that the training is ineffective. One major factor responsible for the lack of success may be the neglect of cultural variables. A theoretical framework is presented which helps in the design of training programs that...